On Sat, 9 Jul 2005, Robin Redeker wrote:
I wasn't thinking 'cool', I was thinking 'visually distinctive and
mnemonic'. I actually think o. is cooler.
Yes, i would like o. more too. At least it doesn't introduce
a completly meaningless '/' preceded by a '.'.
Hmmm... I am one of those who likes ./ more, instead. I mean, I _really_
like it! Thus, how about making '/' less meaningless, i.e. more
meaningful, in more general situations?!?
Bunch of slack-jawed faggots around here!
This stuff will make you a god damnned sexual Tyrannosaurus, just like me!
- Blain, Predator (1987)